Purralycat truly has a flair for the dramatic, draped in a tattered cloak and carried aloft on a quiet, warm breeze, the very air around it murmuring with the quiet hiss of smouldering ember. The third eye at the centre of its forehead is now wide-open, granting the [Purralysis] an uncannily sharp ability to perceive even the slightest movement.
Purralycat’s flight can best be described as a slow, calculated, and graceful glide, seemingly moved at the whim of the wind and yet not so at the same time. It is unclear why it gained this ability, but it certainly did not lose its paralysing flame to harness this flight.
While Purralysis occasionally form small groups on a sporadic basis, Purralycat is entirely solitary, never seen to band together with others of its kind or anything else. Notoriously difficult to bond with, the searing, paralysing flame of Purralycat has been the end of many overconfident people over the years, misled into dismissing the warnings offered by its generally cute appearance.
This solitude is likely due to the fact that if anything, Purralycat is even more cruel compared to Purralysis. It will quite happily burn and sear for fun rather than just to hunt, watching with a wicked grin as its victim’s pained twisting ceases and the paralysis takes hold.
Unsurprisingly, those who do manage to tame a Purralycat are generally regarded with at least some disdain, for how could anyone wish to bond with such a vicious creature if they did not share some of that same malicious intent?